Entering the Museum, the visitor finds himself in a typical Mühlviertel-style parlor.
More than 140 pieces of art give an insight into the fascinating history of glass painting. Exhibits include an authentic place of work featuring two life-size puppets dressed as glass painters. The museum provides plenty of information about the history of glass, old glass painting techniques and family registers of the most popular glass painting dynasties. Courses and seminars are available as well.
During the 19th century the colorful glass paintings made in Sandl were sold door to door by traveling merchants within the entire Austrian Monarchy.
May 01 - October 31:
Open daily from 10:00am to noon and 2:00pm to 4:00pm
And on prior arrangement!
927 mAccessibility / arrival
Guided tours by appointment any time!
Admissionper person: € 2.20
Non-guided groups: € 1.80
Groupswith guide: € 2.20
Children, military personnel, disabled: EURO 1.10
Groups: EURO 1.80
Groups plus guided tour: EURO 2.20
Suitable for wheelchairs: Not all of the legally stipulated ÖNORM are complied with. In principle, this object is suitable for wheelchairs and no assistance is necessary.